El Salvador hosted a financial inclusion event this week bringing representatives from 44 countries to experience using BTC at Bitcoin Beach.
The Terra UST crash is no longer news to those in the space. However, the cause of the crash remains a largely speculated issue. Out of the speculations that have been making the rounds, the most popular has been the scandalous accusation that named the likes of BlackRock, Citadel, and crypto exchange Gemini. The Charles […]
Alex Gladstein and Fodé Diop join a Bitcoin Magazine Twitter Spaces to share updates about the Central African Republic’s plan for Bitcoin adoption.
Amid the tragedy of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Bitcoin acts as a humanitarian lifeline.
Filecoin developers have just launched the mainnet of the network. What’s going on with the FIL cryptocurrecy price? Let’s find out.
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Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong has addressed recent accusations of insider trading and foul play surrounding the exchange’s tokens listings. The exchange has said it intends to continue listing any token…
Elon Musk’s years-long love affair with bitcoin is well-documented. In February 2021, he announced the firm’s $1.5 billion bitcoin investment. The eccentric CEO has, however…
Anonymous keeps its promise by renewing its attack on the cybersecurity firewalls of Russia’s Central Bank. According to various news sources, the international hacker collective Anonymous claims to have hacked Russia’s Central Bank and is threatening to leak 35,000 files including “secret agreements” within the next 48 hours. A group associated with the international hacktivist […]
In the introduction to “Bitcoin Is Venice,” the authors outline the theory that voluntarily adopting Bitcoin will pave a prosperous path for the future.
The debate around QvaPay is just starting. On the one hand, the app is a solution for Cubans abroad to send money to their loved ones on the island. On the other, it’s accused of being a surveillance tool for the Cuban Government. Let’s start from the beginning, though. Last week, an article in Coindesk […]
Cardano (ADA) is one of the most popular digital assets in the crypto market. The network which has been the subject of never-ending upgrades has made its mark as a force to be reckoned with, both development-wise and price-wise. However, it has been on a downtrend since it hit its all-time high of $3 last year and has not made any meaningful recovery since then. This has recently been further made worse by accusations about the network’s founder, Charles Hoskinson. Hoskinson who founded Cardano in 2017 has come under fire for some information that was published in journalist Laura Shin’s new book. Hoskinson Falsifying Information? In her new book The Cryptopians, Laura Shin opens a window into the world of key players in the space. One of those who made the lineup was Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson. According to Shin, Hoskinson had made some untrue claims with regards to his schooling and education. Shin said that the founder had previously told her that he had dropped out of a Ph.D. program which she had confirmed to be false. Related Reading | Risk Aversion Pulls Crypto Market Down, Bitcoin Still Below $40K Shin made the accusations in response to a comment Hoskinson had made on Twitter calling her book a “great work of fiction.” The crypto journalist had subsequently fired back at Hoskinson asking him to address the discrepancies between his claims about his schooling and the statements from the schools stating that Hoskinson was never enrolled in their Ph.D. program and one of the schools didn’t even offer a math Ph.D. program. Hi Charles, speaking of fiction, do you want to address the discrepancies between your claims of dropping out of a PhD program and the schools' assertions that you were enrolled as an undergrad? pic.twitter.com/gBULGEa6KK — Laura Shin (@laurashin) March 6, 2022 Other Twitter users had replied to Shin saying that Hoskinson never said he had been in a Ph.D. program. To which the crypto journalist had countered with an audio recording of Hoskinson saying that he was a grad student. “I was trying to get a Ph.D., and I ended up dropping out and never finished,” Hoskinson is heard saying on the recording. Cardano (ADA) Takes A Hit Hoskinson is yet to respond to the accusations levied by Shin regarding his claims that he had dropped out of a Ph.D. program. Nonetheless, the digital asset has reacted to this controversy. On March 6, when Shin had posted the accusations, there had not been much movement in the price of the digital asset, although it had continued its downward plunge. However, once the exchange began to gain more attention, the effects were being felt on the charts. ADA falls to $0.8 | Source: ADAUSD on TradingView.com On Monday, March 7th, ADA had taken a pretty significant nosedive that put it below $0..8 for the first time in over a year. A small recovery had since it break back above $0.8 but the cryptocurrency has not had much luck continuing on that recovery as it is now back down to the low $0.8. Related Reading | TA: Bitcoin Faces Uphill Task, Why BTC Bears Are Still In Control Laura Shin’s book opened a conversation about a lot of leaders in the crypto space and their conduct over the years. But besides calling the book a work of fiction, Charles Hoskinson has not said much about the book or the parts that involve him. Featured image from Cointribune, chart from TradingView.com
Over the weekend, a Reddit post accusing Charles Hoskinson, inventor of Cardano of front-running SundaeSwap users went viral. A pseudonym user said Hoskinson used a large amount of ADA to benefit from a price hike on the decentralized exchange native token, SUNDAE. Related Reading | Cardano Price Up And Down Amidst SundaeSwap Launch As one of the first DEX running on Cardano, there is a lot of hype around SundaeSwap. The ADA whale, according to the user, used his funds to queue jump other users and be one of the first to benefit from SUNDAE’s launch. The pseudonym user based the accusations on three alleged facts: a large SUNDAE order was placed before the DEX was deployed, a wallet with millions of ADA was created specifically for this event, the funds can be tracked to another wallet with “a billion of unstaked ADA” or an entity sitting at the top of the Cardano rich list. The pseudonym user claims the large transactions were linked to the inventor of Cardano after “about an hour clicking CardanoScan links”. The user provided a link of addresses related to his claims which can be viewed in the following link. In addition, the pseudonym user addressed the possibility of a crypto exchange or similar entity involved with the transaction rather than Charles Hoskinson by saying: I do not think any of the addresses in the chain of CardanoScan links below are exchange wallets. You can take a look through them and try to identify which you think is an exchange, but it looks to me they are regular wallets. Most of the addresses in the sequence have just a single input and single output, so it was easy to trace. Since IOHK, the company responsible for developing Cardano, was a key player on many of the projects or components on this network’s ecosystem, seems logical a large portion of ADA is linked back to them. However, the pseudonym user seems to believe that an important portion of the ADA supply in circulation can’t be linked to IOHK. Inventor Of Cardano Replies To Accusations The inventor of Cardano, Charles Hoskinson, replied to the accusations and to the Reddit post. Via his Twitter account, Hoskinson said: Had a look at the sundae Reddit posts that have been cropping up. It looks like the funds came from a Coinbase custody account that aggregates thousands of users. Later, Hoskinson shared a link to a full investigation conducted by Colin Edwards, a Quantitative Strategist at IOHK. Therein, he explains Cardano’s UTXO model and by using on-chain analysis tracks down the SundaeSwap frontrunner. Edwards posted the transactions that “jumped the queue” and the tools he employed to conduct his investigation. Ultimately, he concluded that a wealthy client probably using Coinbase Custody was behind the transactions. IOHK’s Quant said a subpoena, a product of a legal procedure, could identify the actor. He added: (…) practically all Ada is within 3 transactions of being on an exchange where it would have mixed with funds originating from IOHK. Having funds originating from IOHK deposited at a large custody company, along with funds from thousands of others, is a statistical certainty – not a smoking gun. Related Reading | Here’s What Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson Wants For Christmas As of press time, ADA trades at $0.93 with a 9.2% profit in the last 24 hours. The 9th crypto by market cap seems to be following the general sentiment in the market as it bounces back from the lows amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The US Department of Justice said on Thursday that BitMEX founders had entered a guilty plea to charges of violating the Bank Secrecy Act by failing to set in place an anti-money laundering system. Benjamin Delo and Arthur Hayes, two of the co-founders, have agreed to each pay a $10 million fine as part of […]
The crypto community is known to be particularly sleuth-y, and the NFT loyalists within that community are no exception. Throughout recent days, some detail-oriented individuals spotted some suspect behavior out of a new NFT project, ‘Squiggles.’ The NFTs have since been delisted from OpenSea, and as a project at large, Squiggles are likely to slowly […]